Erlanger-based Sterling Cut Glass will break ground next month on a 56,000-square-foot facility in the CirclePort Business Park, reports The Cincinnati Enquirer
The expansion is part of plans to transition from a brick-and-mortar retailer to an online-only shop:
Sterling Cut Glass, founded in 1902 in Mount Adams, generated nearly $13 million of revenue last year. Brick-and-mortar sales accounted for less than 20 percent of the total. In addition to custom-made items, it also sells Waterford, Mariposa and Nambe crystal products, among others.
“While currently a relatively small portion of our overall business, we feel retail sales of monogrammed glassware and crystal has the potential to appeal to a much broader national audience via an enhanced online experience,” Dyas said.
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